Tag / organ transplantation
The Ethics of Donation after Cardiac Death
The debate continues on the ethics of donating organs after cardiac death.
Resuscitating the Dead Donor Rule
“Can the Dead Donor Rule be Resuscitated?” That’s the title of an editorial in the August 2011 issue of The American Journal of Bioethics Editorial, co-authored by David Magnus, PhD, Stanford University Center for Biomedical Ethics.
Removing Kidneys Before Death
Should we remove kidneys from a dying person before they are dead?
Legal Immigrant. Illegal Donor. Ethics?
A legal immigrant needs a kidney transplant and presents undocumented immigrants as potential living donors.